Lexx: Series 2, Vol. 4
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- Includes episodes 2.13-2.16: Twilight, Patches in the Sky, Woz, The Web
- Exclusive interview with 790
- "Rated LEXX" segment: 790 and Zev
- Production sketches
- Original uncut episodes including scenes not aired on TV
- Interactive trivia
Top Customer Reviews
2.13 Twilight--Stanley falls ill and via a little coaxing from Xev the Lexx travels to a planet with a handful of people promising a cure in exchange for a hitched ride. The living inhabitants hate each other, but in a humorous way, and the dead rise and crave living flesh due to the strange radiation emitted from the planet. This radiation has an odd effect on Kai, who is already dead, and he prances about spouting poetry in a very campy way. Xev is bitten by one of the zombies and looks sick, so Stanley asks if she is alright. She replies, "I can smell your brains!" This is a fine parody of the popular Horror sub-genre; and the character standby, Lyekka, makes a very sexy appearance as well. Kudos to her costume designer! Yowza!
2.14 Patches in the Sky--The Lexx goes psychedelic! Stanley bullies a robot leader from a robot mining colony into providing him with some form of entertainment or he will command the Lexx to destroy its planet. The robot leader suggests he try the Narcolounger, a device in which he can manipulate his dreams. Given Stanley's recent history of sleep deprivation and nightmares this Narcolounger sounds like Heaven. But the reality is uncontrolled, nightmarish insanity! There are also blank patches appearing in the sky assumed to be areas destroyed by Mantrid drones. This is macabre and trippy stuff!
2.15 Woz--This is one of the funniest episodes thus far in the series! This is a grand parody of "The Wizard of Oz." Xev is told by 790 that she, being a manufactured Love Slave, was given an expiration date and will die soon.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is probibly the weakest of the Lexx DVD but if you are a rabid Lexx fan than it is still worth the purchase. Read morePublished on July 5, 2002 by J. Lindsay
Just wanted to say LEXX ON SCI-FI Return On January 25 2002
at 10:00 pm.(eastern time) LEXX heats up its NEW Home...EARTH! Read more